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Poster: agstwst33 Date: Apr 11, 2010 9:28am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Fans of 80`s and 90`s Dead be heard!!..for Jerry never sounded better!

Damn,you know how to make someone laugh,comedian! A child I am not,though I only attended 28 shows in the 90`s,I do know what I heard.I knew when I posted this that it would bring you 70`s worshiping elders out of your closet,just so you could try to convince otherwise.Not happening.The only thing sad is that you are so narrowly minded musicaly that you can`t hear past the 70`s.Because i also said i like the 70`s,you didn`t mention that in your reply.but like i said,i knew people like you would pass up this oppritunity to act superior,but thats only your world.you really amuse me,for real.your the one needing to listen.

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Apr 11, 2010 10:02am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Fans of 80`s and 90`s Dead be heard!!..for Jerry never sounded better!

"I only attended 28 shows in the 90`s"

I guess that explains it. Your attending those shows made them better performances. Made the whole late era more compelling. Made Jer's shot voice sound healthy, made his drug addled brain more creative. You are absolutely correct! The heroin certainly enhanced Jerry's musicianship, the jamming was so much more inspired and creative during the 90's. The band never mailed in a performance after 1980. I guess it was the intimacy of those wonderful statium shows. What a shame Jerry didnt get on the Persian earlier in his career...

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Poster: agstwst33 Date: Apr 11, 2010 11:13am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Fans of 80`s and 90`s Dead be heard!!..for Jerry never sounded better!

You are such a simple minded fool Mr. fucker..oops,Hucker.I knew you would have something to say on this.All of you can take my statements and twist them into whatever suits ya`ls point of view,no matter to me.As my friend pointed out to me in a positive response to this post,the people that do only see what they want to see and hear only the 70`s as their gold,spend all of their time in a forum/chat room and want to give me advice on what is good what isn`t,please!Sad,sad,sadThe dust that mars your ability to hear great music in latter years is so thick,i`m truely blessed not to be so narrow minded as you all,atleast I can say I love it all!but that it always was improving.thats where you fail and rise above...haters!!

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Poster: elbow1126 Date: Apr 11, 2010 9:44am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Fans of 80`s and 90`s Dead be heard!!..for Jerry never sounded better!

I prefer the '70s to the '80s and '90s although it wasn't always that way. My experiences were initiated in the '80s by tapes from the '80s and going to shows in the '90s. I loved the shows i went to, although that was my personal experience with the band, the people i went with, and the whole atmosphere. I own each show however when I listen to them objectively and not through the filter of my own experiences, only one show was really good and none compare to what the band was doing 20 years earlier. I found this place almost 5 years ago and my tastes for the music have been changed because I was willing to listen to all eras. I don't think mine is a unique experience. So I guess it depends on why you listen. You mention that you know what you heard at the 28 shows you saw. If you listen to relive your experiences on tour then you're right, no one will convince you that shows you were at are not as good in quality as those you were not. Me personally, I have allowed my ears not my memories shape my opinions. Whatever works for you is cool.